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"Ebola: a politically incorrect approach by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD " ~ Family Security Matters

Ebola: a politically incorrect approach by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD

October 21, 2014ebola hazmat protection mask body LBottom line up front:-

The Ebola threat to the… 353 more words

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When we talk about poverty, we need to talk about justice

In the UK, governments have discussed poverty and anti-poverty strategies for many years. They set targets and talked about the economic and political programs to reduce poverty. 783 more words

Government

Reality Check: Is an Ebola Flight Ban a Good Idea? Nate Silver Doesn't Think So

It’s exceedingly rare that I agree with an Obama administration decision (though the decision is infirm, and could be weaseled any way the wind blows over the next several weeks) but the increasing calls to impose an Africa travel ban strike me as reflexive, not founded on proven disease strategy. 646 more words

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Ebola: Second Texas health worker tests positive

By CNN
A second health worker in the US state of Texas has tested positive for Ebola, health officials say.A 26-year-old female nurse is already receiving treatment after becoming infected by a Liberian man who died from the deadly virus last week. 15 more words

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Ebola: Second Texas health worker tests positive

By CNN
A second health worker in the US state of Texas has tested positive for Ebola, health officials say.A 26-year-old female nurse is already receiving treatment after becoming infected by a Liberian man who died from the deadly virus last week. 15 more words

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The New York Times Endorsed a Secretive Trade Agreement that the Public Can’t Read

For The Washington PostAndrea Peterson reports: The Obama administration is secretly negotiating a treaty that could have significant effects on domestic law. Officially, it’s a “free trade” treaty among Pacific rim countries, but a section of the draft agreement leaked in 2011 suggested that it will require signers, including the United States, to make significant changes to copyright law and enforcement measures. 267 more words

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